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  • 08 Jan 2018 5:16 PM | Anonymous

    Nearly a quarter of Houston's population lives in poverty—a scenario five times more likely for Black and Latino children than white children, according to a new report from Mayor Sylvester Turner's office. 

    A city task force has proposed an ambitious public jobs program as a way to make an immediate impact.

  • 08 Jan 2018 5:15 PM | Anonymous

    "The new 25-tear London Plan would ban the construction of parking in large swatches of the city. It's just one component of an ambitious policy agenda presented by London Mayor Sadiq Khan this week."

  • 08 Jan 2018 4:45 PM | Anonymous
    "When Berlin unveiled its plans last week to become a more bike- and pedestrian-friendly city, it was almost immediately hailed as a revolution. "

  • 08 Jan 2018 12:36 PM | Anonymous

    You're too expensive, you lack social skills and you're really segregated..."

  • 08 Jan 2018 12:34 PM | Anonymous

    "I wondered what it might be like to shack up in another city where..."

  • 08 Jan 2018 11:44 AM | Anonymous

    We need a bolder master plan from Mayor Walsh

    The Boston Globe_Boston Then and Now letters _11 -11-17.pdf

  • 11 Dec 2017 3:32 PM | Anonymous

    Data analysis reveals which cities have the most working artists.

    Richard Florida shares data on the concentration of artists in the country's 100 largest metros to find out which cities are the leading art hubs of the 21st century. "While New York galleries will be well represented at Art Basel Miami Beach, the metro is no longer the nation’s leading center for art and artists," writes Florida. But, the numbers don't bear out the narrative that large cities like New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles have completely priced artists out.

  • 11 Dec 2017 3:31 PM | Anonymous

    Several cities located in the Northeast, especially in the New York region, saw a significant increase in the number of car-free households.

  • 11 Dec 2017 3:29 PM | Anonymous

    Joel Kotkin and Alan M. Berger discuss their new book, which analyses what the suburbs are and will become, in both the United States and around the world.

    "Two trends that may seem counterintuitive to urbanists have been the rapid pattern of diversification in suburbs, which now hold most of the nation’s immigrants and minorities, as well as the fact that suburbs are more egalitarian and less divided by class than core cities."

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